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From broken lightbulbs, thousands of matchsticks, and papier-mâché to giant typographic installations made from fluorescent light tubes, neon signs, and smoke bombs, come explore a variety of interesting processes for combining a large-scale physical construction of handmade typography and graphics with digital post-production. Join three team members at The Made Shop: Marke Johnson, architect turned graphic designer; Kimberly Johnson, shop manager and producer; and Nathan Johnson, composer and art director, as they discuss the conceptualization, construction, and execution of recent handmade digital projects.In this multimedia session, you'll learn about:• Behind-the-scenes time-lapse videos and documentation of the physical construction process• The meaning of and place for the handcrafted aesthetic in the digital era• Tips and processes for digitally manipulating physical-based graphics and typography
Get Fast, Accurate Keying on Marginal Footage with Premiere Pro CS5
Key HD footage in real time with the new Ultra Chroma Keyer in Adobe Premiere Pro. Optimized for footage that includes uneven lighting, wrinkled backgrounds, and frizzy hair, Ultra preserves shadows and can achieve complex keys on smoke, liquids, and transparent objects. GPU acceleration dramatically increases rendering speeds, whether you’re keying DV or HD.
Manipulate Smoke to Create Hyper-Real Images
Learn to apply the Warp Tool effectively and a few other tricks to make smoke look like a skull. This technique has a variety of outcomes and works well with water, clouds and a whole bunch of other stuff. This is probably more for intermediate users, as I guide you through the process well, but not every Warp Grid point handle move. Let's get started!
Creative COW After Effects Tutorials: Smoking Letters
Show: Digital Video CS4
Eran Stern shows you a quick and easy way to make a smoky title effect using the displacement map effect and one text layer.